In the style of brutalist architecture a selection of concrete framed mirrors
Béton Brut is French for raw concrete and from this the aesthetic movement Brutalism architecture was born.
"Brutalism architecture" is a style that emerged in the 1950s and grew out of the early 20th century modernist movement. Brutalism is generally characterised by its rough, unfinished surfaces.
Concrete is hard, tough and unrelenting, hence "brutal" in nature. Combined with inbuilt lighting or simply as a frame for a mirror it produces a rough earthy feel that blends or effectively contrasts with the decor in a room.
Available in 6 shades of concrete (above) with LED lighting and demister or simply as a round concrete framed mirror.